Principle buoy

Smith, James
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p53
The article focuses on ethical funds amidst the economic downturn in Great Britain. It mentions that it has been long pondered upon by the financial industry on whether ethical funds can withstand on investment and moral terms. It mentions the F&C's Stewardship growth fund which has experienced hardships in finding mainstream audience. Moreover, it mentions that in terms of current opportunities areas in renewable energy and energy efficiency are stressed.


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